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W EEKLY EDITION JULY 31, 2019 Note: The PSAI is committed to bringing Members industry news. It creates original content and it aggregates news that appears in other sources. Unless otherwise stated in organizational documents or in Association Insight newsletters, the PSAI does not have or take a position on the content of news items from other sour ces. Lizards Need a Place To Go Too A South Florida couple say their hot tub recently became a 'Porta - Potty' for iguanas. The viral video linked below shows the mess the four - legged invaders left in the hot tub after they did their business. Experts say it is not uncommon for cold - blooded animals to frequent waters like this as a way to warm up on cold nights. READ THE ARTICLE $416,000 Spent on a Br oken Toilet The Washington Metro reportedly spent close to a half - million dollars on a public restroom that has been broken for two years. The self - cleaning unit was meant to be a mor e convenient option for transit riders after 9/11 restrictions made the current facilities inaccessible. Think of all the money they could have saved if they had just gone with a portable restroom. READ THE ARTICLE Bids Open on Restroom Renovation The city of Davis, California, is currently accepting bids on bringing two modern public bathrooms to their downtown plaza. The city is looking to imitate facilities in Portland, Oregon that boast gr affiti - proof wall panels and are said to be durable, easy to clean , and inexpensive to maintain. Opening bids are estimated to be $500,000. READ THE ARTICLE

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